There are many places you can stay in Granada and one hotel may not be better than any other. One of the things I would take into account in choosing your hotel is location. How close do you want to be to the major attractions? Are you driving in and does your hotel have parking or parking nearby? Also, do you want breakfast with your hotel stay or can you eat at a nearby cafe for breakfast? Think on what hotel will fit your situation, personality, and budget before booking.
Parador de Granada - Why spend 10 minutes walking up to the Alhambra or taking a taxi when you
could stay right next to the Alhambra.
This Parador was once a catholic convent
later converted to a Parador. Its rooms are spacious, its
grounds are immaculate, and its location is second to none. This hotel includes Wi-Fi, satellite TV, A/C
& Heat, parking, Restaurant and bar, safes, and wheel chair access. Even if you are not staying here it is worth
stopping in to check out as it is an attraction itself. You can also always enjoy a drink at their
bar and take in views from their terrace. More information...
Palacio de los Patos – it too has a rich history and ideally located in one of Granada’s shopping districts. This
hotel has all the basics plus some like a pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room,
beauty salon, and shops within the hotel. More information...
Hotel Alhambra Palace – built in the early 19th
century as a luxury hotel that was supposed to give its guest the feel that
they were staying in the Alhambra itself.
This hotel might be slightly better with all of today’s modern
conveniences with single rooms with a double bed to junior suites with fantastic
views of the city. Hotel Alhambra Palace
has all the modern conveniences one would expect plus a shuttle bus to and from
the airport. More information...
El Ladrón de Agua - a
restored 16th century mansion located by the river Darro and Plaza Nueva. The hotel has a beautiful interior
patio. The rooms are comfortable, with TV
and Wi-Fi; they even have a couple of channels in English and some other
languages too. They offer a breakfast
package which I think is worth it. It is
a buffet style breakfast with all you can eat.
Not super fancy but everything is fresh and of good quality. The hotel is closes enough to the Alhambra
that you can walk it in 15 minutes.
Also, within walking distance is the Mirador de San Nicolas that offers beautiful views of the
Alhambra. More information...
Shine Albaizín- located just
a few doors down from El Ladrón de Agua it too is a 16th century
palace. Keeping up with the joneses must
have been around back then too as this hotel has many the same benefits as El Ladrón de Agua but with a slightly cheaper price tag. More information...
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